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WASHINGTON: Obamacare repeal? Dead. [Read More]
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COLUMBUS: With more than two decades of experience as Franklin County's prosecuting attorney, I have seen firsthand the suffering that crime victims and their families... [Read More]
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WASHINGTON: Looking at photographs of the ruined, desolate streets of what was once the Islamic State's capital of Raqqa is a reminder of the overwhelming,... [Read More]
If you have been uncertain about state Issue 2, your thinking may have tipped last week. The reporting of the Washington Post and 60 Minutes... [Read More]
As our leaders develop a proposed overhaul for our tax code, manufacturers like PPG are pushing for a more competitive tax system. Our current system... [Read More]
Thursday was a splendid day for the University of Akron, due to the generosity of the late Jean Hower Taber, the great-granddaughter of a Quaker... [Read More]
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Missouri is a low tax state. That fact was corroborated again this week. [Read More]
Elected officials in Deschutes County failed the public by allowing law enforcement to encrypt police radio traffic without a public debate. Deschutes County commissioners did... [Read More]
Elected officials in Deschutes County failed the public by allowing law enforcement to encrypt police radio traffic without a public debate. Deschutes County commissioners did... [Read More]
James E. Clayton, a judge's son who in 1960 became The Washington Post's first full-time U.S. Supreme Court reporter and later wrote stinging editorials that... [Read More]
President Donald Trump invites criticism with so many of his actions, and he deserves it in many of the incidents. However, it is his use... [Read More]
Compromise and moving forward is key to our survival... [Read More]
Feisty Wilbon segment. [Read More]
The editorial "Enough theatrics" (Oct. 19) excluded important facts and legitimized the political games of County Councilman Sam Page. [Read More]
High school kicker Claire Jeffress decided a Texas high school football game by sinking a game-winning field goal. With the contest tied 35-35, the... [Read More]
Gov. Jerry Brown, soon to enter his last year in office, is ending well.Using his veto power, Brown upheld due process rights for students accused... [Read More]
Enduring was the stock market's advance, again last week. Enduring, too, was investor demand for area companies' shares, lifting our Quad-City Times Key 15 by... [Read More]
Fire fuels multi-prong debate... [Read More]
It was competition day and game faces were on for one of the most competitive marching bands in the St. Louis area. [Read More]
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